In this section of our Knowledge Base, we answer common questions and concerns our customers have about our Huckabuy Structured Data. If you are a Huckabuy customer and your question isn’t answered here, please contact our Support Team in your Huckabuy Dashboard. If you are not a Huckabuy customer yet, click here to get in touch with a Huckabuy team member.
What is structured data and schema.org?
Schema.org is a community founded on June 2, 2011 by Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, and Yandex with the initiative of collaboratively developing schema vocabularies for structured data markup on web pages, emails, the internet, and more. This shared vocabulary creates ease for marketing and website developers to maximize their efforts and the benefits of those efforts.
What are the benefits and guidelines of structured data?
To assist search engines in understanding each page on your site, you should implement structured data to provide context to the site’s content in an authoritative way. Read more to learn why you need to get structured data on your site (the benefits) and to learn about the general guidelines of structured data markup.
How do I use the structured data page in the Huckabuy Dashboard?
In order to get full value out of our Dashboard, it’s important that you as a customer can understand the information being presented to you when you navigate to the different views available within it. Once you have installed Huckabuy structured data markup to your website, you will be able to keep track of the number of structured data objects you currently have in use. This article will explain how to navigate the structured data page in the dashboard and export reports.
How can I track structured data and rich results performance in Google Search Console?
Structured data markup helps Google and other search engines understand the content and information on a website. The Huckabuy dashboard monitors the health of structured data markup objects and tracks the SEO performance of your website in correlation with Huckabuy structured data markup. Also, the dashboard tracks the performance of rich results connected to your site. Read more about how to track structured data and rich results performance for your business in this article.
Why should I remove duplicate structured data and how do I do it?
As the importance of structured data and the understanding of its value has grown, so has the growth of structured data tools. It is crucial to avoid the duplication of structured data markup on pages and the generation of it from many sources. As a customer of Huckabuy’s SD software, you are buying the most robust structured data for your site, and you want to make sure that you don’t have any duplicate structured data from other SEO tools or plugins. Read more to discover how to detect and remove duplicate structured data from your website.
What are Google’s recommended and required data attributes?
Although Google uses Schema vocabulary, it has also created its own set of recommended and required properties. Each structured data object has a unique set of recommended and required properties, all depending on the type of content and information it is providing. Read more about Google’s recommended and required data attributes.
What are schema object types and rich results eligible object types?
Schema is a language that webmasters can implement onto a website (via structured data) to help search engines understand web content more easily. Schema.org’s vocabulary currently (early June 2020) consists of 829 object types, 1,351 properties, and 339 Enumeration values; each object type is categorized in a hierarchy with various properties associated with the object type. New schemas are being created all the time with the goal of creating the most detailed and descriptive vocabulary. This article lists current eligible schema object types and rich results object types.
When a Google search user makes a search query, they will often see information appear above the 10 blue links on a Google search results page and they can often get the information they need without needing to click into a web page. These results are what’s called rich results or rich snippets. Rich results can include carousels, images, FAQs, or other non-textual elements.
Rich results are proven to increase CTR (Click Through Rate) which is considered a major ranking factor in Google search results. To view a list of Rich Results that can positively affect your website rankings and traffic check out the article listed below.
This article explains rich results and lists the different types of rich results that you can get using Huckabuy structured data markup software. From here, you can learn about the different types of rich results.